Huffman Trucking Telecommunication Protocols

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This is due, in part, because most operating systems (OS) offer native support. That isn’t to say OS integration is the only reason TCP/IP holds the lions share of data transport needs. There are other reasons of course. TCP/IP has larger packets and can offer better error control (Meyers, 2007). TCP/IP is prevalent in all four of Huffman’s branches, in one form or another...
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TCP/IP is prevalent in all four of Huffman’s branches, in one form or another. Couple TCP/IP’s relative ease of installation with its OS friendliness and you have a pretty good setup; particularly with Huffman using some near-archaic end user personal computers. Systems running Windows 95, 98, and 2000 all can use TCP/IP pretty natively – most in house network administrators should have no problem installing and maintaining this protocol...
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